What’s Being Done To End Period Poverty?

by Michael in Waste Management | posted:

Period Poverty Banner

Period Poverty is about more than cost. Women and girls all around the towns and cities we live in are finding themselves unable to afford essential sanitary products. In this article, we explore the changes being made to stamp down this issue and address this troubling problem that has no place in modern society.   […]

Waste Fines. Who To Trust?

by Michael in Waste Management | posted:

waste management

Be aware of who you trust with disposing of your waste. It’s become more of a trend nowadays for social adverts on Facebook to claim low prices for taking away your unwanted rubbish build up. Trust can backfire if you put faith in unreputable sources, for one man in Wolverhampton, he has to pay costs […]

Let’s Stop Single-Use. Instead Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

by Michael in Waste Management | posted:

catering recycling service

Single-Use. A term referring to products, often made of plastic that is used once then thrown away. The compilers at Collins Dictionary have announced it as the word of 2018. Coverage by the BBC program Planet Earth has shone a light on the understated understanding of environmental awareness. It’s fair to say that these throwaway […]

Watchdog: The Fight Against Fly Tipping

by Michael in Waste Management | posted:

watchdog fly tipping

The dumping of illegal waste unfortunately still happens, scouring the UK Greenland and the backstreets of Britain. Unsuspecting business owners foot the bill, inadvertently paying good money only to be prosecuted alongside the criminals for these nefarious activities. Thankfully, more and more news coverage from broadcasters such as the BBC has shone a spotlight on […]

Fab Little Tampon Disposal

by Michael in Waste Management | posted:

tampon disposal bags

Tampons aren’t for toilets. Before you go thinking no harm done, follow us on a wild ride to get down to the proverbial bottom of things. Why are people flushing instead of sticking it in a bin? As a male content writer, I delved deep into my feminine side and realised something. I had no […]

The Different Types Of Clinical Waste Disposal

by Michael in Waste Management | posted:

types of clinical waste banner

Managing waste and dealing with all the laws and regulations is a tough business. Ever since the 2005 hazardous waste regulations became law, all clinical waste disposal must be disposed of in the interest of environmental and public health. As a leading waste management provider, we offer over 20 different waste disposal options. Our clinical […]

Glass Recycling UK

by Michael in Waste Management | posted:

Glass Recycling UK

Ten green bottles hanging on the wall Ten green bottles hanging on the wall And if one green bottle should accidentally fall, There’ll be nine green bottles hanging on the wall. And one mess that needs cleaning up!   Glass can be melted down to make new bottles, jars and windows over and over again. […]

Clinical Waste Bins

by Michael in Waste Management | posted:

sharps bin disposal banner

Accidental needle stick injuries are a real hazard to healthcare professionals. It’s estimated between 11-14 injuries happen per 100 hospital beds per year. Without taking into account other industries like tattooists, beauticians and veterinarians, the potential number of injuries could be much higher.     There is a chance that being stuck with a used […]